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IMO there is more to the story than meets the eye.How fkn weird is it seeing theon in the #3 for souths. That probably epitomizes the differenpce between green & bennett, greeny was perpared to persevere with a badly out of form justin oneil for 2 yrs & bennett puts a back rower into starting centre.
Sadly for green the euphoria of early success with the team concealed his overall coaching ability i fear
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Think my son lives his own life,as ive stated many times brandon loved his time at cowboys..its a bloody shame it didnt end in topside but again he loved it in townsville...still has real solid mates up there and gets back when he can,last time was for former u20s mates wedding.
I feel for the kid. This isn't going to end pretty.PONGA'S DAD TAKES CHARGE
Ponga is the hottest property in the game and was being chased by many of the game’s leading player managers in recent months.
But in the end, Ponga decided to go with his dad, a Kiwi who moved to Western Australian before Kalyn’s birth and played rugby union there.
Ponga is on a huge contract for a 21-year-old but can potentially make far greater money with third party sponsorship deals, with big companies fighting to get a piece of the Knights superstar.